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    New Clip from SXSW Surprise “HOUSEBOUND” is a Pisser

    Two major American festivals into 2014 and it’s clear New Zealand horror-comedies may be back in a big way. Sundance saw the premiere of Jermaine Clement and Taika Waititi’s ultra silly and absolutely wonderful vampire film WHAT WE DO IN THE SHADOWS. Now, SXSW has its own surprise: Gerard Johnstone’s HOUSEBOUND, a new clip of which is a real pisser. 

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    “OCULUS” director talks his follow-up frightfest “SOMNIA” and beyond

    A rapidly rising talent on the horror scene, director Mike Flanagan has followed up his indie favorite ABSENTIA with the equally praised OCULUS (pictured), which just had its U.S. premiere at SXSW ahead of its theatrical release in April. Fango got some exclusive words with Flanagan on his next chiller, SOMNIA, and what he has coming after that.

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    First Pics, EXCL Comments: Dave Sheridan on Zombie Spoof “WALKING WITH THE DEAD”

    With THE WALKING DEAD still knocking out major ratings well into its fourth season, it’s assured that zombie culture will continue to drag itself around the genre landscape for a while. For those tiring of the undead craze however, there’s still one film that you might even be able to appreciate with the most die-hard zombie fan: WALKING WITH THE DEAD, the zombie media spoof from director Scott Dow and star/writer Tim Ogletree.

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    From the FANGORIA Vault: “PET SEMATARY”

    Searching through the FANGORIA archives is a lot like graverobbing: always full of gruesome surprises. Occasionally, we’ll uncover something a little bit special. Something that offers truly eye-popping looks from the world of SFX past. Today is no exception, as we present some rare shots from behind the scenes of PET SEMATARY!

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    Less is More in Creepy “DELIVER US FROM EVIL” Teaser

    Have you ever experienced true evil? It’s a question posed in this first trailer for Scott Derrickson’s moody follow-up to the successful and impressive SINISTER, DELIVER US FROM EVIL. Starring Eric Bana, Edgar Rodriguez, Olivia Munn and Joel McHale, and based off the true stories of NYPD Sergeant Ralph Sarchie, DELIVER US FROM EVIL seems like a much bigger production than SINISTER, even if the latter half of the trailer is evident of the tonality and minimalism of his last film.

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    “STARRY EYES” (SXSW Movie Review)

    Plenty of films would have you believe ambition is sexy. Desperation may reek, but the indefatigable drive forward and up is admirable. STARRY EYES, however ambiguously, seeks to challenge that as directors Kevin Kolsch and Dennis Widmyer cast long and dark shadows over a “nothing to something” Hollywood tale replete with defilement, rot, graphic murder and the occult. Want to achieve something great? Want to show them all? A sacrifice is required. It’s likely your humanity.

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    “HONEYMOON” (SXSW Movie Review)

    “Have you ever killed something?” Bea asks. It’s less an ominous foreshadow—although, there’s plenty of that—and more simply a new wife helping her new husband understand her outdoors-heavy past. When Paul (Harry Treadaway) first arrives at Bea’s (Rose Leslie) family cabin, he’s confronted with the “Bear Room,” that which houses the skin of an enormous black bear, as well as continuous evidence of Bea’s truly handy skills. For the bridegroom, it’s frankly intimidating. When Paul is additionally face-to-face with a summer fling from Bea’s adolescence, a chilling layer of real, very human anxiety forms in Leigh Janiak’s feature debut. Bubbling just underneath the distressing question of, “How well do I know who I married?” is another dreadful prospect: “Am I enough for this stranger?”

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